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The following links are to sites that contain more information on plastics:
Comparative properties of major polymers. (general site of plasticusa.com)
Mechanical Properties of plastic materials. (mechanical properties in plasticusa.com)
GE Plastics. (you need to register to use this site, but it's free. NOTE: In GE Plastics, when you are using SELECTION TOOL, the fewer properties input, the more likely results will be found. You must give a Minimum and Maximum value for each property before searching.)Link Broken
Endura Plastics Inc. (shows the list of plastics and gives you the mechanical properties.)Link Broken
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